Expedient Homemade Firearms: The 9mm Submachine Gun
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Expedient Homemade Firearms: The 9mm Submachine Gun

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The author provides clear, step-by-step instructions for and expedient 9mm submachine gun. It is easily constructed from readily available materials, primarily steel tubing; it does not require a lathe and milling machine and it can be built by just about anyone in about a week. For Academic Study Only
Paperback, 96 pages
Published May 1st 1998 by Paladin Press
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Wayne
Jan 26, 2013 Wayne rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everyone who can follow a diagram
Simply put, Luty shows us how to turn hardware--pipes, washers, bolts, etc.--into a functioning 9mm submachine gun. The whole thing is downloadable for free (or used to be) from his website, which also includes plans for other guns.

I've never built one of these, and Luty claims he did time in prison for doing so, but it's valuable information nonetheless. The Second Amendment has nothing to do with hunting. Our country was founded on violent revolution against what was, at that time, the most po...more
James Wataba
After much hesitance and fear that a SWAT team might show up at my door, I finally found the courage to buy this book. Reading through it, I can see how it can be very useful in a post-apoc situation or revolution and how futile any attempt to ban guns would be (hence its mention in Linnetsburg: Birth upon the River Lune where I first heard about Luty's work). About a week after doing a speed read (or detailed skim - however you want to put it) of 'Expedient Homemade Firearms', an old friend and...more
The Hermit's
Well I don't know a damn thing about mechanics so I don't fully understand what I'm reading here but it's a tall wide thin book with big diagrams that are simple for the most part and it's well written to the point that if I were to learn about a lathe machine and gain some basic shop skills I could probably build my own gun ; )

The power of a gun is intimidating and the common person would assume it employs somewhat complicated parts and special skill but as you can see here it's just a big h...more
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